|This is a briefing of significant news articles featuring Oakland University during September 2009.|
The Oakland Press reported on the OU School of Education and Human Services certification program, which provides career services professionals with 120 hours of advanced training.
The Oakland Press published a comprehensive guide touting OU's affordability, highly-rated faculty, cutting-edge research, academic resources and cultural attractions.
The Oakland Press reported on the recently released schedule for the OU men's basketball team this season, which features several games against perennial contenders, including Michigan State, Memphis, Kansas and Syracuse.
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Louay M. Chamra
The Oakland Press reported on the recent appointment of Louay M. Chamra as the new dean of Oakland University's School of Engineering and Computer Science.
Cindy Hermsen, OU director of financial aid, was featured in a Detroit News article addressing some of the primary duties and issues related to her job.
Nancy Jansen, nurse practitioner of Oakland University's Graham Health Center, was quoted in an Oakland Press article on what area colleges and universities are doing to combat swine flu.
David Dulio, OU professor of political science, was quoted in an Oakland Press article chronicling the recent public outcry over various proposals currently being debated in Congress.
The Detroit Free Press and Oakland Press reported on former Indian President Adul Kalam's visit to campus Sept. 17. Kalam stressed the need for cooperation and tolerance in solving global challenges such as climate change, poverty and terrorism.
The Oakland Press reported on the much-anticipated move-in day for thousands of new and returning students excited to start the semester. The article highlighted several student-focused activities and initiatives, including Welcome Week, the newly created Bike Share program and the many amenities available to campus residents.
Wild Game Dinner
The Oakland Press reported on the annual Wild Game Dinner at Meadow Brook Hall. The event helps raise money to promote and preserve the historic estate of Oakland University founders Matilda Dodge Wilson and her husband John Dodge.
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OU soccer player Makesi Lewis was featured in the Oakland Press after being named the Summit League's Offensive Player of the Week.
OU soccer player Mitch Hildebrandt was featured in the Oakland Press after being named the Summit League's Defensive Player of the Week.
SBA 40th Anniversary Celebration
The Oakland Press reported on the series of events planned in honor of the Oakland University School of Business Administration 40th anniversary. The celebration features the International Business Conference, which focuses on the future of business
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